The first function that I looked for was the customization tools and I don’t see them. Any help would be most appreciated.
Because this is a brand new product built from the ground up to be Mac native and to follow the Apple design guidelines, there will be other differences with the Windows product such as some shortcut keys, the fact that you cannot undock the inspector or custom workspaces. You will also benefit from OS integration such as Dark Mode or best-of-class TouchBar support.
Yes, I was mistaken. Sorry. This version does have the Java Script macros in the PC version with recording support. Nice.It was "very nice" if there was a way to do an interface for that macros with html for example.Almost saying that a tool to completely replace VBA (maybe with the Corel Website Creator that I don't know if it is included in this new version but was in the previous ones).
What about the customization functions that I mentioned? I didn't realize that this is native to the Mac operating system. That's encouraging but I need the ability to CUSTOMIZE MY TOOLS AND HOT KEYS.
This is interesting about the difference in the earlier Mac release and this one....also see my comment below to Gerard concerning Customization tools. Don't know what Gravit is but could care less about Parallels. I have operated Corel X7 on my Mac for the past 2 years through Parallels but have experienced overheating when running Windows through Parallels.
Native CoreDRAW for Mac is a welcome move from Corel. It will definitely simplify the workflow for tons of users who work with Adobe products as well.